Free Tooth Fairy Doll Pattern (plus we’re giving away the sample doll!)

on February 19 | in Sewing Tutorials + Patterns | by | with 147 Comments

Samantha Liz created a pattern and tutorial today’s Tooth Fairy Doll, just for you! Learn more about Samantha in her introduction and be sure to visit her on the Samantha Liz blog, where you can see a photo of the original Tooth Fairy Doll with Samantha’s daughter (it gives you a good idea of the size of the doll). You can also find Samantha on Instagram and Facebook.

Samantha is also giving away the Tooth Fairy Doll featured in today’s post! (US addresses only for this one please. Thanks!) Just leave a comment letting us know who needs this sweet Tooth Fairy Doll in your life, and you’ll be entered to win the random draw. Download your free Tooth Fairy Doll Pattern today!


When my daughter recently lost her first tooth she then proceeded to really lose it, literally. After searching for several hours (Yay! We found it!), I decided that we needed to have a safe (and fun) spot for her to store it while she awaited the tooth fairy. It seemed quite appropriate that the tooth fairy would be the inspiration for a great place (complete with a tooth pocket). As a *bonus* it makes it easy for the actual tooth fairy to collect in the middle of the night!

Materials:
All you need is a couple small pieces of pretty cotton quilter’s fabric, some Kona cotton for her skin color (I like the color Pale Flesh), a bit of wool felt for her hair and the pattern here.

You’ll also need stuffing, pins, matching thread, scissors, a bit of embroidery thread for her eyes and mouth, some hand needles and, of course, your beloved sewing machine.

Cutting Preparation:
You’ll need to cut out (4) arm pieces, (4) leg pieces and (2) full head pieces from the Kona. Cut (2) body pieces on fold, and (1) pocket piece on fold from your first cotton print, and an approximately 21″ on fold x 8″ of your coordinating cotton for the skirt piece. To make this easy, I recommend a 45″ wide cotton yardage piece that you can cut 8″ from the edge.

Sewing:
Sew along the short edge of the skirt fabric to form a loop, then hem the top and bottom. I used a 1-1/2″ hem along the bottom, and a 5/8″ hem along the top.

Next, sew your pocket right sides together, leaving a hole in the bottom for turning. Topstitch on your tooth that you cut from your white wool felt. (What? You didn’t cut it yet? Okay, go do that now… I’ll wait.) Once that’s all sewed on nicely, attach the pocket to the front side of your skirt loop.

Now it’s time to gather up your skirt. I like to use jean stitch thread, knot it at the back seam and sew a loose running stitch under the top hem line. Leave good amount of length at the end of this and set it aside; you’ll use this thread to attach it to the doll’s body later.

Sew the two head pieces– and each of the two sets of arm and leg pieces– leaving the flat edges open for turning and stuffing. I used my pinking shears to cut around the curved edges to help them lay better once turned.

Turn and stuff all (5) pieces. I recommend that you lightly stuff the limbs. Don’t make them really firm, but keep them soft and plush. You’ll thank me later.

Sew the arm pieces to the sides of one body piece with a 1/4″ inch seam. Also, sandwich in the two leg pieces individually inside the body layers; pin and sew them across, then pin the crotch piece in a U-shape, making sure to avoid catching the leg pieces in your sewing.

Pin down one side of the entire body sandwiching all the limbs inside, then sew the 5/8″ seam. Turn to the other side, arrange the limbs so that they fit snugly inside, pin together and sew down the other side. Aren’t you glad that you didn’t over-stuff those limbs now? You’re welcome!

I find it easiest to pull the arms out of the hole to make room for turning and then pull on the legs and the body fabric in the opposite direction to turn it all right side out. The flat seam between the legs and the body, along with a firmly stuffed body, will make it easy for her to sit on her own once she is fully stuffed. Oh, yes! You should probably stuff her body now!

Turn her neck under 1/4″ or so and pin back. Tuck her body underneath her neck, using the same pins to pin the two pieces together. Use a ladder stitch to blind stitch the body to her head.

Attach the skirt now to her body, using the extra thread you used from gathering it. Arrange the gathers evenly around the body, then tack it in several spots to keep it all together nicely.

Cut the two hair pieces from your wool felt color of choice, and sew along the top edges to make a pocket.

Turn right sides out, and tack down in the three spots as shown in the photo below. (I like to use three strands of embroidery thread for this step.)

Use pins to play around with her eye positioning, and when it feels right sew on some eyes. Then stitch on a mouth.

Hey, look at that! You’re done! She’s all ready to guard those lost teeth now.


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147 Responses to Free Tooth Fairy Doll Pattern (plus we’re giving away the sample doll!)

  1. Sharon says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this!
    My Daughter is going to love using this for “tooth-fairy time”!!

  2. Tracy says:

    My 3 year old daughter hasn’t started losing teeth yet but she will be before I know it!

  3. Kathy says:

    Love this! Has anyone tried a male version of this doll? Thanks for sharing.

  4. Lisa says:

    My friend’s daughter Audrey just got her first-ever loose tooth and I am making this doll for her. Thanks for sending a link to the pattern just at the right moment!

  5. Teresa W says:

    Adorable! My daughter would LOVE this! :)

  6. apple blossom says:

    that is sew cute

  7. Joyce says:

    this is absolutely the cutest tooth fairy pillow/doll I have ever seen

  8. Courtney L says:

    My 6 year old just got her first loose tooth! I nearly cried…is that normal?

  9. Amber Marley says:

    I have a four year old names Adalynn that recently learned how to navigate a little on pintrest, she found this doll this morning and explained to me that it is a tooth fairy fool to hold your tooth when you sleep. I was pretty impressed she figured that out on her own, then she explaine that she needed it because one of her teeth are lose. So I looked into it and seen there was a way we could win this doll, so I’m entering for us to win ady, also said we should tell the girl who made it that she should make boy ones because her little brother Peyton (my son,5 month old) is going to need one someday :) thank you for your consideration. –amber

  10. Carole M says:

    This is super cute. I might need to try this.

  11. Gram says:

    What a great gift idea for my granddaughters and their friends!

  12. karin husty says:

    Great Tute! I would love to give them to my TWIN granddaughters…if I win one…I will only have to make one!!! HA Ha!
    Thanks for the chance!

  13. Sharon says:

    What a very cute idea. I made my older granddaughter and grandson tooth fairy pillows made on my embroidery machine. I have an 18 month old granddaughter as well so she will definitely have one of these when her time comes. Thank you.

  14. Sharon says:

    My granddaughter is going to be five this summer and she is getting close to the “losing teeth” years. She loves baby dolls and she has a new baby sister who could share this doll with if I were to win. Thanks for the opportunity!

  15. Carmen says:

    Thank you for wonderful tutorial, Samantha Liz! I finally learned how to make the doll. Have a wonderful week!

    Carmen

  16. Jennifer says:

    My 6 year old can’t wait to have visits from the Tooth Fairy! She’d love this!!

  17. Ann says:

    Perfect for my 5 year old who is getting excited about having a loose tooth soon. Thanks for the pattern.

  18. Karen says:

    My two granddaughters are coming of age for tooth fairy. I also like to give small gifts to my client’s children and this would be cute and personally from me. Thanks for the tutorial.

  19. Rachael T says:

    My daughter would love this! And she’d probably even lend it to her brother when his teeth fall out.

  20. Anna says:

    SO cool! :D Cute doll, Sam, & great idea! <3

  21. Sarah says:

    My 6 year old daughter lost 4 teeth in the last couple months and managed to lose 2 of them before we could get them to a pillow. She would be over the moon for a dolly that would protect them! <3

  22. Eva Keeling says:

    My 10 yr old granddaughter would love to have one of these. Her last tooth was lost and she wrote a note to the tooth fairy explaining and giving a description of the tooth. The note was posted by her older sister and it was hilarious and very sweet. This doll could save that from happening again. Thanks for the pattern and the tutorial. Hope I win.

  23. jamie ostrowski says:

    This would be perfect for my daughter when she loses her first tooth! My boys had a little pillow but i love this twist on the tooth pillow for her!

  24. Kathy C in OR says:

    I have TWO granddaughters so thank you for the wonderful pattern.
    I know they will love them.

  25. Stephanie says:

    My niece would love this…too cute!

  26. Ellen lassiter says:

    Thanks for the great idea. If you don’t mind I’m going to tweak it a little with camo and pants and shirt instead of a dress. Got grandsons and nephew that would love it.

  27. Stephanie says:

    My daughter has her first loose tooth, and this would be perfect for her!

  28. Sherry says:

    I love your tooth fairy doll. She is exactly what my granddaughter needs. She is a special little girl in many ways but especially since she is the first girl born on my husbands side of the family in 100 years.

  29. VickiT says:

    This is such an adorable little doll and having the pocket for the lost tooth/teeth is a great idea. My 2 yr old granddaughter could use this doll and it would give her a bit of time to love the tooth fairy doll before she starts losing any of her teeth.
    I really love this doll, it’s just so cute. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial and pattern as well.

  30. Judy says:

    Cute little tooth fairy doll. I know a sweet little girl that would love this doll.

  31. sheri says:

    My baby granddaughter needs this doll because heaven knows my project list for her is already too long!

  32. Deb H. says:

    My grands would love this.

  33. Lawana says:

    I have a sweet great niece that needs this cutie

  34. Rachael C says:

    I have a little guy that would love this. He is very into stuffed animals and dolls and will most likely lose his first tooth before his older brother! (He is the rough and tumble sort! But with a soft side)

  35. Buket says:

    Hi again,

    When I print the pattern it comes out pretty big. Do you think I am missing something here :)

    Thanks!!

    Buket

  36. Tania says:

    Thanks for the chance to win. My five year old is one of the last in her kindergarten class waiting to loose a tooth and I know she would love this doll.

  37. Beth Brown says:

    My grandson would love this!

  38. kristal rowland says:

    We have a 6-1/2 yo who is eagerly awaiting her first loose tooth. But we also know she’s gonna freak out! She would love a doll like this.

  39. Karen says:

    We just had a new addition born a few weeks ago. The irst in the family in 8 years. This will make a sweet gift to use for years to come.

  40. Judy Cooper says:

    My little granddaughter lives in Chicago. She would love your tooth fairy doll. Even though I’m in Canada, it could be mailed to her (if I win :) Otherwise, I’ll have to make one for her. Thanks for the chance to win.

  41. Jenn Tontini says:

    My 3 year old is diligently attempting to yank out her bottom front tooth to match the gap her 5 year old brother has recently acquired.
    I repurposed a purple cloth drawstring bag to make sure his tooth didn’t get lost before the tooth fairy could do her job. (So full disclosure: I’m trying to class up the fact that I used a Crown Royal bag to hold my son’s tooth.)
    I’d like if my sweet daughter had a lovely little doll like this to keep her tooth in when she finally knocks it loose, and isn’t punished by her mother’s slow acquisition of sewing skills & affinity for an occasional whiskey remedy for cramps.

  42. Michelle says:

    I’d love to win this, my granddaughter would love it and it will come in handy soon.

    Thank you for sharing the pattern with us.

    Michelle

  43. Heather in CA says:

    My daughter seems to always be losing teeth! The doll is so cute & would be fun!

  44. Betsy says:

    Thank you for the awesome tutorial and the chance to win

  45. carriem says:

    We’ve got a wiggly tooth over here–how fast can it get here? Thanks!

  46. Rebeckah says:

    This is too cute!

  47. Buket says:

    Thank you Samantha!!

  48. Jessie from NM says:

    This is so sweet! I love how versatile it could be, just the body alone is an amazing piece of doll work. Oh, my kids would love this. Russ has lost 8 teeth so far! And Alice is only 4 but she will be losing them soon enough, right?

  49. Karen McMahon says:

    I love the tooth fairy! Thank you so much for the tutorial!

  50. Laura says:

    My 5 year-old daughter has her first loose tooth right now! Will I be able to get it made in time…..

  51. Very cute tooth fairy doll! My daughter is 9, and still believes in the tooth fairy, she would love this doll :)

  52. sandy says:

    Darling. We have 2 4 yr olds and 2 3 yr olds we definitely need. Thk

  53. Andrea Vanhofwegen says:

    Thx for the tutorial! My granddaughters would love it if I would get one made soon for them! I’d love to receive your beautiful doll! Lovely!

  54. Christy says:

    I have SIX nieces, all of whom are at the age where they love dolls and will be visited by the tooth fairy for years to come. I am going to make each them one of these dolls (which practice, since I have never sewn anything before), but would love to have a finished one to help me along. Also, thinking how I can change a few things to make a boy version for my son. Such a cute pattern!

  55. krystina says:

    What a clever idea. Is there a pdf to print this out?

    • Beth says:

      Yep! There’s a link there in the intro where you can download the pattern, and it’s also under the “Materials” section.

  56. Kate says:

    Would love the little doll for lev and Ade ,thanks for the giveaway.

  57. monique says:

    My granddaughter turns 4 in March. She will soon be losing teeth. I suppose I need to get started on this or winning would be even better.

  58. Patricia says:

    My great niece would love this!

  59. Patricia says:

    My great niece needs this!

  60. Sara says:

    I love this doll. thanks for the tutorial!!

    xxx
    Sara
    This is Sara

  61. Ann says:

    My six-year-old daughter would love this doll!

  62. Diane says:

    Very cute! Thank you for the very clear instructions…and love the pincushion in one of the photos…did you make that too?

  63. Charlotte L says:

    Oh so cute! Ive got a 7 year old that would LOVE that!

  64. Cliffene says:

    My great granddaughter would love this and she is almost at that stage of having loose teeth.
    This is so neat but I’m afraid my sewing days are behind me. My back no longer will let me sit long enough to put something together or stand long enough to shop for fabric.

  65. Cheryl Campbell says:

    My great niece Hannah would love this doll. She is only 1 year old but so precious to us. Her Mom waited a long time to be able to have her so she is extra special to all of us.

  66. Audrey says:

    Thanks for the great tutorial. Doll is so cute!

  67. My 6 year old would love this! Thanks so much for the tutorial.

  68. GG says:

    OMG, this is so darn cute! I have identical twin great-granddaughters, so there’s going to be a lot of work for the Tooth Fairy at their home. I’m not greedy — one dolly would be amazing!

  69. angi says:

    Darling!

  70. Lori Morton says:

    Our lil’ Grangirlie would LOOOVE this lil’ Tooth Fairy to live at her house!! She just lost her 2 front teeth!! lol The Fairy is ADORABLE!!

  71. Jennifer says:

    My baby girl would love this!

  72. My yoga instructor’s daughter needs this. Her mom (my yoga instructor) is having a baby and her daughter, Gracie, needs this as a present when baby comes so she gets something too and doesn’t feel left out. Gracie is six and losing teeth!

  73. Tracy says:

    I’d love this for my beautiful daughter Miranda!

  74. Joan H. says:

    Oh, this is so cute! This would be perfect for my little great granddaughter.

  75. diana says:

    Cutie Patootie Doll – love it

  76. Miriam says:

    My son is fascinated by fairies and is anticipating his first lost teeth soon! He would lovd a fairy doll! I would love a chance to try to make one for him!

  77. Fawn says:

    My daughter would love this, as we’ve already lost, as in nobody knows where they are, two teeth :/

  78. Joyce says:

    My twin granddaughters would love this cute tooth fairy doll.

  79. Dorothy says:

    What a great idea, much nicer than the Ziploc bags that we used when our kids were young :) My granddaughters would love this doll. Thanks for the tutorial and pattern.

  80. My daughter is getting pretty close to the tooth losing stage. I’m going to miss her baby teeth.

  81. Very cute pattern for my nieces daughter who is just beginning to get teeth. I’ve posted this to Pinterest for the future . Thanks!

  82. Amy D says:

    Perfect timing! I am on the search for the perfect tooth holder since my one twin’s bottom tooth is wiggly and will be coming out within the next week or so!

  83. Marcia Shannon says:

    My granddaughter, Libby, would enjoy this, but her mama would be grateful to not have to search the bed in the dark for that little tooth that got away (like I had to do)!

  84. Kathy Davis says:

    My granddaughter Nellie, needs this adorable tooth fairy doll. Thanks, Kathy

  85. Julia says:

    My 6 1/2 year old is the only one in her first grade class who hasn ‘t lost a tooth yet. Secretly, i’m glad, because it’s one way she’s still my little girl; but as a rite of passage, i know it’s a Big Deal. This Fairy doll would cheer her up about it, just knowing something special will happen soon.

  86. Kathy Davis says:

    Great tutorial. Even better… a chance to win this! Thanks, Kathy

  87. Phyllis says:

    I thought I had posted a comment, but it has not appeared. It was quite a description of my granddaughter’s lost tooth adventure. At any rate, she sure could use a Tooth Fairy doll to guard her lost teeth.

    • Beth says:

      Phyllis– Our comments are held in moderation for approval so sometimes there’s a bit of a delay before they post. Thanks for sharing the story! I’m so glad the tooth was found.

  88. Alyssa says:

    My daughter would adore this doll! …and it helps mama too :)

  89. Tia says:

    This is adorable! My daughter would be over the moon for one!

  90. Nicole says:

    My daughters would love using this!! It’s adorable.

  91. Kam says:

    Have 2 great-nieces who will be starting to get some loose teeth. The Tooth Fairy looks like one of the girls1

  92. jill says:

    I have a little girl that would love to have this beautiful doll…

  93. Robyn C. says:

    My oldest is about to loose her first tooth. This doll would be perfect for her. It is so cute!

  94. Cecilia Thex says:

    There is no option to print out the directions.

  95. BARBARA GAY says:

    ADORABLE. WOULD LOVE THIS FOR MY GRANDCHILDREN.

  96. Phyllis says:

    Oh, PLEASE, we need one! When my granddaughter lost a tooth recently, It was just a quickly lost. The babysitter insisted she had placed the tooth in a zipper-closure plastic bag and put it on the counter. Everyone remembered seeing it there, but a thorough search did not find the missing tooth. My granddaughter was devastated. With the help of her mommy, she wrote out a note to the Tooth Fairy, and placed it under her pillow. The tooth fairy came through for her, and there was a quarter under her pillow the next morning. When the babysitter arrived that morning, she announced, “I know what I did with that tooth.” She went to the drawer where the plastic bags were stored, and after a quick search of the box holding the bags, she held up a bag with a tiny tooth in it. We NEED a tooth fairy pillow!!! Please.

  97. Lynn Wilson says:

    I have a sweet granddaughter on the way. Would love to put this item in my collection of gifts for her. It is soooooo cute.

  98. Jan Dykstra says:

    This would be perfect for my sweet grand-daughter, Clara. She has the perfect place for it!

  99. Jena J says:

    My daughter would love this! She is a kindergartener eagerly awaiting that first wiggly tooth. (I have a strong hunch that our tooth fairy would also love the simplicity of finding a tooth in a pocket as opposed to under a pillow.)

  100. Alma says:

    My niece has some wiggly ones, almost time for the tooth fairy to come!

  101. Pamela says:

    This is sew cute ! Luv it.

  102. Heidi says:

    Cute! My daughter would love this!

  103. Carmen says:

    No teeth lost in our house yet, but it won’t be long…

  104. Debra Kay Neiman says:

    My granddaughter will need a tooth fairy doll soon. If I don’t win…I WILL make this. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

  105. Beth says:

    My granddaughter needs this doll!

  106. Carissa says:

    My daughter, Emma, would love this doll! She even looks like her :) too cute!

  107. Heather says:

    My daughter is just at the age where she will start losing her teeth. She would love this doll!

  108. beth says:

    What a sweet little doll! My granddaughter isn’t quite at the tooth-losing stage yet, but it won’t be too long!

  109. Nicole Sender says:

    What a precious doll! I’d love to win this for my grandchild. How special the doll is!

  110. Mary says:

    My doll-loving daughter hasn’t lost a tooth yet but has TWO loose teeth right now. Perfect timing! Thanks for the tutorial!

  111. kelli says:

    My 6yo daughter!

  112. Rhonda says:

    My 5 year old daughter would love this. It’s almost time for the tooth fairy to visit is too!

  113. Kati says:

    This are so cute. My daughter could use one!! Getting close to being time to lose her teeth!

  114. Beverly Killebrew says:

    My granddaughter, Lily Mae! She’s 3 1/2 and hasn’t started losing teeth yet!

  115. robin meyers says:

    My granddaughter has a wiggly tooth now. I would love to win this doll for her but since I can’t count on winning, I will download too! Thanks! :-)

  116. Susan K in Texas says:

    I have an almost-4 year old “practice” granddaughter who needs one of these! She’s so special and I love my Tuesdays with her.

  117. Lindsay says:

    I love this doll! I have 3 daughters who would all use this – 1 who is already losing teeth!!
    Thanks for the pattern and giveaway!
    Lindsay

  118. My niece would love this! And their Momma too as she is a dental hygienist!

  119. Katie B. says:

    My 6 year old just started losing her teeth, and would love this!

  120. Danielle says:

    What a sweet little doll, and I love her adaption as a tooth fairy. My little girl has a few years before she’s losing teeth, but I love this idea for her!

  121. Samantha Liz says:

    Great question BUKET! :) I have bought my kona (by robert kaufman) in a variety of quilt stores locally and online. Sew Modern carries a variety of colors including my favorite for doll making here: http://www.sewmodernonline.com/shop/robert-kaufman-kona-cotton-pale-flesh/dp/209 While you can probably fit the pieces (with some creative placement) on a fat eighth, I much prefer the ease of cutting it on at least a fat quarter. Personally, though, I would buy at least 1/2 yard, because I just know I couldn’t only just make one doll! Good luck, and happy sewing!

  122. Cindy says:

    I absolutely adore the tooth fairy doll. I am a sucker for dolls of any sort.

  123. My two year old granddaughter loves to carry things around. She would love this. Grace Lily

  124. Kelly O. says:

    Oh that toothfairy doll is gorgeous! I have 2 little ladies at our house that need this STAT! Got some wiggly teeth a brewing!

  125. would love to make one for my daughter and mom

  126. Buket says:

    This looks like a great pattern and would like to try it. Do you know where I can get the Kona and the size I should get. Pretty new to this stuff:) Amazon sells it but couldn’t figure out the size. Thanks!!

  127. Ramona says:

    I would love to win this sweet doll and send her to Pine Ridge reservation for a child there. I am going to make some to send also.

  128. Emilee says:

    It will be a few years before she needs it, but would love for my daughter!

  129. Buffy says:

    My sweet Matilda needs this tooth fairy dolly!!! Great pattern/ tutorial…thanks for sharing!!

  130. Anne Goldstein says:

    This is so cute! My daughter is 5 and has not lost her first tooth yet, so she could totally use this!

  131. Tricia says:

    I love Sam and her work! Super cute doll!!

  132. Thank you for the tutorial. My granddaughter Audrey could use this Tooth Fairy Princess!

  133. Megdalena says:

    This little doll is super cute! Wish I’d thought of this when my daughter lost her first tooth! Also, I checked out Samantha Lizs blog and this doll is a lot bigger than I thought! XD

  134. Cindy G says:

    I love this doll and so would my daughter, Gracie. Thank you

  135. Kristin S. says:

    I love to sew dolls and soft toys. Thanks so much for the pattern and clear photo instructions. The little tooth pocket is perfect!

  136. Rebecca Porch says:

    My Emma Jane, almost seven, would love this cutie of a doll. She is the only girl in her first grade class that hasn’t lost a tooth yet. To her, that’s a major bummer. But one day she will, and to tuck into the little pocket of this doll, will make it extra special.

  137. stacy alfano says:

    My daughter would love this!

  138. Mindy says:

    I have a crew of little grandchildren who would adore and be guardian of this precious little doll and they would be so delighted to let her be guardian in turn over their lost teeth! I can’t wait to try out the pattern!

  139. Bethany says:

    This is so fantastic! What a wonderful tutorial. Thank you so much!

  140. josie says:

    My 6 year old daughter would be so in love with this doll! she had already lost 6 teeth by 5 1/2 and we are just waiting for a few more to fall out! this is so cute and so much better than a ziplock ;)

  141. Cheryl Barnufsky says:

    Oh she is just darling! Raiden would absolutely love her <3 Luckily she is just 3 so if I don't win this one I might have enough time to actually get one made for her before she starts losing teeth ;)

  142. Brooke says:

    She is always coming up with the greatest ideas! Love her!! And I would save this doll for my sweet baby girl to use when it comes time for lost teeth :)

  143. Heather M says:

    I love it! We’ve lost teeth, several times, for some reason my boys love to carry them around and show everyone. My daughter will be old enough to loose teeth soon, I’ll be making this for her.

  144. bonnie says:

    I would love one for my grand daughter…

  145. kathyh says:

    My great- nieces are almost to the tooth pulling (lol) stage.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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